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Spoils of victory
On June 23, 1757, Robert Clive, commander-in-chief of the East India Company’s army, defeated the last independent Nawab of Bengal, Siraj-ud-Daulah, and his vast contingent of about 40,000 men with only 3,000 soldiers, aided by the treachery of ...  | Read.. 
 
‘All the political parties are such a big failure’
The man to watch out for in Maharashtra in the next couple of years is Raj Thackeray, the estranged nephew ...  | Read.. 
 
What’s cooking in Bollywood'
Waxing lyrical
Notoriety rules
Rang de Bafta
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Play it again, Ram
If you can, do. If you can’t, remake. Or that’s what we always thought. Now it appears that a remake is no longer a formula for success. The year 2006 demonstrated just that. Three films — including the much-hyped Don and Umrao Ja...  | Read.. 
 
Celebrity Circus
A thappad for film men
The triumph of Deepa Mehta’s Water over our very own Rang De Basanti and Lage Raho Munnabhai at the Oscars is a slap on the face of the film industry. Even if it is a long way between a nomination and going home with the statuette, the fact that...  | Read.. 
 
Couple of problems
Company for Ambani
That sinking feeling
No bitter moon
Neha’s distinction
Spoils of victory